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The most famous craft products from Granada are ceramics, silver and inlaid woodwork. There is many different shops in Granada city. From typical shops, workshops, franchises, prestigious shops, street markets and shopping centres. Granada give to the visitor different choicess for a day's shopping.

From the silver crafted figures in the Alcaiceria, to the fashion of the shops in the town centre and the big shopping centres on the surroundings, including the second-hand objects in the street markets, Granada offers products for all type of shoppers.

Crafts in the Alcaiceria

The Alcaiceria streets and Zacatin, and the surroundings, make up the old arabic and jewish Granada quarters. This is a good place to go if you want to buy typical gifts and souvenirs. In this quarter, near the Cathedral, you can buy traditional and modern ceramics, silver and alpaca products, rugs from the Alpujarra area and woollen carpets and the famous marquetry objects inlaid with ivory and bone geometrical patterns.

Fashion in the town centre

The streets Mesones, Alhondiga, Puentezuelas or Recogidas in the city centre have the bigest offer of shops of all kinds. The most famous fashion boutiques, shoe shops, art galleries, franchises, perfume shops, antique shops and food stores can be found in the old centre of the town offering a big variety of objects.

Street markets: where you can find sales

To buy cheap priced or second-hand clothes, bags or shoes you have to go down to the Almanjayar street market on a sunday morning between 9 and 15 hours. You can also buy fruits, seasonal flowers and vegetables here. In the week there are markets in La Chana, every wednesday, and El Zaidin every saturday.

More information:

Open time
The shops are open from 10 to 20:30 hours, and the shopping centres are open from 10 to 22 hours. Traditional shops open from 10 to 13:30 hours and from 17 to 20:30 hours.

The winter sales generally begin in the second week of january and last until the end of february and the summer sales begin on 1st july and last until the end of august.

How to pay
Most people pay in cash or with a credit card (you must show your passport or identity card).

Tax Free
Residents from outside the European Union may have their Value Added Tax (VAT) returned for purchases of more than 90.15.

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